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25 November 2021

Namibia Breweries Places Its Limited Edition Windhoek Draught can Design Into The Hands of the People

Namibia Breweries Places Its Limited Edition Windhoek Draught can Design Into The Hands of the People As a beer producer with its values firmly rooted in friendship, community, and pushing boundaries, we at Namibia Breweries Limited develop every one of its beer recipes for the palette of the people. Windhoek Draught is no exception. To…

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6 July 2021

Windhoek Lager proudly sponsors the Windhoek Lager International Pairs Golf tournament

2016 saw the launch of the 1st season of the Windhoek Lager International which was hugely successful. International Pairs Worldwide was created in England in 1999 and started as a regional inter-club “pairs” competition in the Hampshire area to celebrate the Millennium. The worldwide golf competition is arguably the world’s largest and most competitive amateur pairs…

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30 November 2020

Keep It Real Keep It Responsible

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5 November 2020

Pure Golf

In collaboration with our partner Windhoek Beer, Compleat Golfer selects five of the purest ball strikers ever in golf.

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15 September 2020


Windhoek variants Draught, Lager and Light achieved international gold standard at the 2016 Deutsche Landwirtschafts Gesellschaft (DLG) Quality Evaluation awards.

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2 April 2016


There’s something satisfying about drinking an ice cold Windhoek beer straight out of the bottle. And just like the golden liquid, there’s a lot more to the glistening green bottle than meets the eye. Yes it is sleek, sexy and just about as green as the Springbok rugby jersey, but why?

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